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Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of special education labels.
Learn what the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) has to say about about your child's educational rights.
If you think your child is eligible for special education, these seven steps will help you get an Individualized Education Program (IEP) set up for your kid.
How do children learn mathematics? This article describes three levels of representation of knowledge as well as three types of learning experiences.
Children are motivated to work on activities and learn when their environments are rich in interesting activities that arouse their curiosity and offer
Is your middle schooler stumped by word problems in math class? Here are two strategies for homework help.
Here are steps to prepare yourself and your child for elementary school and ease some of the anxiety of a new school.
The author of SOAR(r) Study Skills, Susan Kruger, outlines the most common excuses given by students when they don't do their homework and how to overcome them.
Learn about the different note taking methods you can use to organize your study materials and improve your grades.
Discussed here are ways to help parents and teachers get involved in children's school education and get the best out of conferences.
The instruments selected for studies should be valid and reliable. Learn more about validity, reliability and norming samples.
Article lists questions and answers that can help you to get the most out of talking to your child's teacher or with other school staff members.
Article talks about the types of homework and how can parents help with child's homework.
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